In our very large world, juvenile salmon in the Puget Sound are reminding us that we live in a closed
system. Over 80 drugs and health care products have been found in their flesh; a sobering article by Rae
Taylor-Burns. We also look at transparent solar cells; and a “Boots on the Ground” first person report from SoCal, where they thought wild fires were the worst of their problems. Coastal Communities share the same challenges and should be sharing solutions. Our article on Living Shorelines introduces a sustainable coastal erosion alternative. You should feel free to share OCEAN, this is your Environmental e-Newsletter. Thank you for your support, Gordon Peabody, OCEAN Editor.
THIS MONTH"S ARTICLES:
Living Shore Lines Protect U.S. Naval Bases, Microbeads Finally Banned in U.K., AWARD: Transpartent Solar Panels, Thousands of Endangered Antelopes Mysteriously Die Off, A Review of "iRecycle" APP, Climate Change Altering Arctic Food Chain, Editor's Choice: Drugs Found in Seattle Salmon, Warmer Seas Turn Green Sea Turtles Female, Boots on the Ground: A Scary Visit to CA
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